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Doing Good NH with Jessica DellaValla

This week I had the pleasure of speaking with Jess DellaValla of Jackson. Jess is the Director of Project SUCCEED, a 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) Before and Afterschool Program in the Conway School District. She is a Consultant with DellaValla Group, which provides facilitation to groups, as well as guidance, goal-setting, and problem-solving […]

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603 Spotlight: Joseph Mitchell

Name: Joseph Mitchell Current City/Town: Woodsville. Native City/Town: Woodsville. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Hey everyone, I am Joe Mitchell, resident of Woodsville, which is located along the Connecticut River and is one of the southern most towns of the North Country. Although I work many different jobs, I am a full-time student […]

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603 Spotlight: Hannah Blandini

Name: Hannah Blandini Current City/Town: Bow Native City/Town: Alton Bay Tell us a little bit about yourself. I studied and received my Undergraduate degree in English at the University of New Hampshire. I work at Southern New Hampshire University as an online Undergraduate Academic Advisor. Additionally, I advise a Communication Club for online students. Right […]

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603 Spotlight: Aubrey Mennella

Name: Aubrey Mennella Current City/Town: North Conway Native City/Town: North Conway Tell us a little bit about yourself. I have been tattooing locally, while guest artisting across the country, and abroad for over 11 years. I have a BFA concentrated in illustration from Laguna College of Art and Design and furthered my studies at The […]

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Your Guide To Spring Hiking In New Hampshire

Spring hiking in New Hampshire’s White Mountains can be a frustrating and humbling time to spend on the trails. Snow tends to linger on the high peaks well into late May- early June, and daytime temperatures remain rather chilly. Hikers need to be prepared for postholing in soft snow and water crossings in frigid streams. […]

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8 Fun Winter Activities In New Hampshire

1. Go Cross-Country Skiing Not only does the state of New Hampshire cater to the downhill skier, but there are also dozens of great spots to cross-country ski with incredible mountain views as your back drop. The Jackson XC Ski Touring Trail system offers spectacular views of Mount Washington and the rest of the White Mountain […]